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Herinneringen aan mijn onzichtbaarheid

Rebecca Solnit (author), Lette Vos (translator)

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Title
Herinneringen aan mijn onzichtbaarheid
Author
Rebecca Solnit
Translator
Lette Vos
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
Recollections of my nonexistence
Publisher
Podium, 2022
320 p.
Publication date
18-01-2022
ISBN
9789463811194 (paperback)

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About Rebecca Solnit

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Rebecca Solnit (born 1961) is an American writer. She has written on a variety of subjects, including feminism, the environment, politics, place, and art.

Early life and education

Solnit was born in 1961 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, to a Jewish father and Irish Catholic mother. In 1966, her family moved to Novato, California, where she grew up. "I was a battered little kid. I grew up in a really violent house where everything feminine and female and my gender was hated," she has said of her childhood. She skipped high school altogether, enrolling in an alternative junior high in the public school system that took her through tenth grade, when she passed the General Educational Development tests. Thereafter she enrolled in junior college. When she was 17, she went to study in Paris. She returned to California to finish her college education at San Francisco State University. She then received a master's degree in jou…Read more on Wikipedia